O'Day Outlaw Sailboat with Specifications and Standard Features (1967)
If getting away from it all has meant leaving all of the comforts behind, you owe yourself a look at the Outlaw. This largest O'Day boat is spaciousness personified -- with an 8' long self-bailing cockpit and four roomy, very sleepable berths. There's a molded insulated ice box, teakwood exterior trim and plenty of other nice touches to remind you of home.
When you're racing -- or just in a hurry --you'll find Outlaw an extremely eager boat. Her hull was designed with far less wetted surface, following the trend to narrower keels to improve speed and maneuverability. She'll respond to the lightest breezes, and she handles admirably even under heavy weather conditions.
If live-aboard boating is the life for you, Outlaw's your kind of boat. And if racing is your cup of tea, Outlaw has a truly outstanding M.O.R.C. record.
- Length: 26';
- Beam: 8'0";
- Draft: 4'3";
- Sail area: (working sails) 291 sq. ft.;
- Auxiliary power: outboard in well;
- C.C.A. rating approx.: 22.5;
- M.O.R.C. rating approx.: 22.5.
- Outboard motor well
- Outboard well plug
- Wire halyards
- Winch pads
- Two top action jib and/or genoa winches
- Hardware: chrome plated bronze, stainless steel or special marine alloy
- Dacron running rigging
- Self-bailing cockpit
- Mast stepped on deck
- Four berths
- Anodized mast and boom
- Bottom painted with anti-fouling paint
- Exterior woodwork teak
- Storage shelves above all berths
- Full width mainsheet traveler
- Cam action mainsheet cleat
- Galley-Unit--formica top (less sink, tank and pump, but including locker and shelf)
- Roller reefing
- Stern flag socket
- Cabin ports -- 4 -- fixed
- Translucent hatches
- Molded insulated ice box.